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Kazakhstan Daily News Roundup – January 10, 2011

Posted on January 09, 2011 by KazCham

HEADLINES:

Kazakhstan doubles oil export duty
(SRI) – Kazakhstan has doubled the oil export duty from $20 to $40 per tonne as of January 1, according to an announcement in the official government newspaper, Kazakhstanskaya Pravda.

Kazakh leader rejects plan to skip election
(Reuters) – Kazakhstan’s veteran leader has rejected a proposal by parliament to extend his rule for a third decade via a referendum, a move that would bypass the need for a presidential election due in 2012.

ENERGY:

CNPC produces record 30 million tonnes of oil in Kazakhstan in 2010 (SRI)

Max Petroleum confirms Uytas oil discovery (Reuters)

Roxi Petroleum: Drilling underway on Yelemes 135 well in Kazakhstan (Proactive Investors)

BUSINESS AND ECONOMY:

MinFin to issue $4.8 billion of government debt in 2011 (SRI)

Kazakhstan produced 12.2 million tonnes of grains in 2010 (AgriMarket.Info)

National Bank of Kazakhstan: Exchange rates January 7-10, 2011 (Kazakhstan Today)

Indicators – January 6, 2011 (Reuters)

METALS AND MINING:

Kazakhstan commissions new metalware plant (Steel Guru)

POLITICS:

Long live the khan (The Economist)

SOCIETY:

The Olympics debut in Kazakhstan (New Europe)

SOURCE: http://silkroadintelligencer.com/2011/01/10/kazakhstan-daily-news-roundup-january-10-2011/

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